Bolt on LCD Monitor LTSP Terminal
uwe.geercken at datamelt.com
Fri Feb 8 12:24:08 GMT 2008
I have built my own very small thin client with a via chipset. it has
no ventilator and no disk and no dvd (although you could put them in).
so it is very compact and absolutely silent. I have tested with
putting in a Samsung laptop 20GB disk which is very silent so that you
really don't hear anything.
it would be easy (and low cost) to fix it to the back of the screen
if there is room enough. I will send you the exact measurements and
some fotos if you are interested.
I might well try and do it myself - I have it now standing next to a 17" LCD.
Quoting Casey Mynott <cmynott at deltasd.bc.ca>:
> Hello all,
> I am doing up a proposal for my school district in regards to getting
> funds to setup some terminals in my classroom. What I am looking for is a
> terminal that bolts to the back of a 19" LCD monitor that can run LTSP. I
> want to show case how awesome the technology is but at the same time
> making the setup look as clean and cutting edge as possible. I have seen
> these "bolt on" terminals but have found very few with any positive
> experiences. So, the question, have you had any experiences (good or bad)
> with these types of LTSP terminals. If you have had any experience I would
> love to hear about it. Thanks for your time.
> Casey Mynott
> cmynott at deltasd.bc.ca
> Technology Education
> Delta Secondary School, BC, Canada
> Phone: 604-946-4194
> Fax: 604-946-5162
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